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Are witnesses important in Florida boating accident cases?

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

Yes, just like in any case, eyewitnesses to the event or to the accident are very important and critical, especially in boating accident cases because often, there will be no video footage capturing the boating accident especially if it’s out to sea or out in the ocean. We find video so often now capturing… Read More »

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What do I need to bring to the initial consultation with my attorney in my Florida boating accident case?

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

Anything related to the boating accident. For example, if you have any photographs that were taken of the boat, of the accident scene, of those that were injured as a result of the boating accident, they will help us tremendously in evaluating your potential claim. Any paperwork associated with ownership of the vessel or… Read More »

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What should I do if an insurance company approached me about my injuries in my Florida boating accident case?

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

You should speak to a lawyer first. You don’t want to communicate with an insurance company, an insurance adjuster, an investigator for an insurance company after a boating accident before speaking with a lawyer. Those that work for insurance companies they have an extensive amount of experience in the area in which they work,… Read More »

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